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Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, is National Hunting and Fishing Day, a time to celebrate two of America’s most enduring pastimes. Unfortunately, those pursuits are imperiled by the diminishing access for sportsmen to millions of acres of land and waters. According to a congressional study, more than 35 million acres of public lands – that’s roughly the size of Alabama! – are effectively inaccessible to the public, largely because of changing demographic patterns on private lands and the loss of traditional access points. America’s 40 million hunters and anglers are the first to see changes in the land. It is up…
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The Environmental Protection Agency released the final Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment for the proposed Pebble Mine project, identifying major threats to fish and game habitat posed by massive mining proposals in the region.  The TRCP joined the 1,000-strong coalition urging the EPA to use its authority under the Clean Water Act to protect Bristol Bay's fish and wildlife resources. Many of the most recognizable brands in hunting and fishing have expressed their wishes to protect Alaska's Bristol Bay. Find out more and take action. Watch a video from The TRCP outlining the resources in the Bristol Bay region. To learn…
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The Snook & Gamefish Foundation is asking anglers to collect data to better manage this highly sought after fish, as well as other species. SGF created the Angler Action Program for anglers to record the sizes and locations of their catches with the goal of better understanding fish populations and distributions as well as getting anglers involved in fisheries management. The program began in May of 2010. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission first used Angler Action Program data for its 2011 snook stock assessment and requested that the program expand to include more species. There are four categories…
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First described by J. Gould in 1856, the Gould’s wild turkey is found in portions of Arizona and New Mexico, as well as northern Mexico. The population estimate in the U.S. in 1989 was fewer than 150 birds. The reintroduction of the Gould’s wild turkey in Arizona occurred over a 30-year period and resulted in the current population exceeding 1,000 birds. Due to the success of this restoration effort, a limited hunting season is now in place for the Gould’s wild turkey in Arizona. Season 3: Episode 4 Partners: National Wild Turkey Federation The Arizona Game and Fish Department U.S.…
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